Monthly Archives: August 2022

Half-baked Soufflé

My grandson has suffered a variety of mental illnesses since, at the age of fourteen, he fell off a rope swing and landed on his head. Prior to that accident, he was the sweetest child you could ever wish to … Continue reading

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Angels on the Beach

This is difficult for me to comprehend and even more difficult to describe. I am inhabiting my body, as usual, yet I am also standing a few feet away, observing myself lying on the beach in the shade of a … Continue reading

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The Wounds We Keep

Originally posted on michnavs:
“The wounds we keep are deeper and more hurtful than anything that bleeds.?The next time you see someone cheerfully smiling, look into their eyes again; what does it say?” ?Anything human is mentionable, and anything mentionable…

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